There are three Twenty Three models within the acclaimed PXD series made by Peavey Guitars. These interesting double-cut models are envisioned as the 24-3/4" scaled take on the Soloist/Superstrat concept, especially the Twenty Three III, which has EMG pickups and a Kahler tremolo bridge. Twenty Three II is somewhat more modestly equipped. It comes with a solid, double-cut body made of basswood. It is paired with a bolted maple neck. This super popular combo has a good ratio of cost and performance they give. In combination with the EMG humbuckers installed on this model, they give a mighty good tone, putting a lot of pressure on Twenty Three II`s competition. Neck is bolted to the body and topped with a standard 24-fret rosewood fingerboard.
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Sting through body set neck emgs I couldn't ask for a better guitar it has EMG pickups and grover tuners oh and it has a afterburner circut for more pregain It was great and I play live with it almost every night I think it was priced really good it even comes with a coffin case but if I lost it I wouldn't have the money to buy another one
Peavey PXD Twenty-Three II 2.46 out of 5 based on 15 ratings
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